Hopefully this is the right section to post in... but anyway, here is the problem: I work for a company and the owner recently fired the head IT guy (last Friday). Basically, there is a situation brewing in which the head IT guy will not give us the administrator password for the network. Along with this, the boss in worried that he may log in via remote desktop and mess around with files such as accounting records, inventory records, or just sabotage the whole system. Now the other question I have is how I should go about disabling the remote desktop connection first and foremost. We also need to get the administrator account information for the network. I have physical access to all computers in the network, and I have client logins for all the employees. The only issue is that none of the employee logins have administrative privileges, so I can't install / uninstall software etc. The network server is old and running on Windows Server 2003. All clients on the network are running Windows XP. Any suggestions? Thanks!